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1/350 Scale McDonnell Douglas A-4 Skyhawk

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    March 2012
Posted by Rdutnell on Friday, February 20, 2015 6:05 PM

Hi Jerry,

Regarding your question as to how I could afford an air-wing on a 1/350 carrier with the models at $17, the answer is that I can’t.  Big Smile   The fact is that 3D printing is still fairly expensive, and likely will be for some time to come.  I haven’t even bought all of the planes I’ve made yet.  Sorry, but there is nothing I can do about that.

As for setting it up so that people can pick and choose the parts they like, it is a good idea, and C2D once told me that they were considering doing something like that in the future possibly, but currently they are not set up for that, and I don’t know when that could be, if ever.

As for just purchasing certain items, I think that could be arranged.  C2D does custom orders too.  If you let me know what you want, and how many of them I can let them know and have them give you an estimate of what it would cost. 

AS for the conex cans, I think I have already made some that would work as you can see in the image below of the 1/350 scale USCG Cutter Bertholf I was working on for Admiralty Model Works.  Same thing, let me know how many you need and I’ll contact C2D.

With respect to the tilly crane and other deck vehicles, I have already made a set for Admiralty Model Works, who has them available on their web site at:

If you want to contact me directly, my e-mail is



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